The Best Broadway Breakup Songs to Write To

Yesterday, I was writing an intense “will-they-or-won’t-they” breakup scene, and I found myself listening to a lot of Broadway showtunes while I did.  There’s something that comes from a heartfelt ballad and a belting voice that you can’t get anywhere else.  So here is what it inspired. The best Broadway breakup songs to write to.

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Highlights Part 2

Are you new to my blog? Welcome. I hope you enjoy your stay. If you’re looking to get to know me a little bit better, here are some recent highlights from my blog. Read them and comment. I’d love to get to know my followers a little bit better!

  1. My Favorite LOTR Characters: As a Teen vs. As an Adult
  2. Four Reasons I’m Terrified to Publish My Book
  3. Favorite First Ladies
  4. My Top 5 Favorite TV Politicians of All Time
  5. The Best Things to Keep In Mind When Setting a Daily Writi

What Broadway Show Should I Dreamcast Next?

I’ve been thinking I’d like to do another musical dreamcast (for a project that will never be made except in my dreams).  When I do dreamcasts, I take a preexisting movie, stage show, or idea, and put in the Broadway actors and actresses that I think would be perfect in the lead roles.  I have a few ideas for my next one, and that is where you come in. Should it be…?

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Beauty and the Beast: A Broadway Dreamcast

I’m going to do something a little bit different this time. This is going to be the first in my series of Broadway dreamcasts. I love Broadway, and I love dreamcasting, so I figure this is a perfect fit. Today’s dreamcast is Beauty and the Beast. I saw a touring production of it back when I was in junior high school, but more importantly, the movie happens to be my favorite. With all of the hubub about the remake, I thought I’d cast my dream Broadway performers in the roles I picture them in.

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